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Cool.  See you at the Chili Fest


lol I haven't been to it yet.  Where you from?

Flint.  Depending on how this seasons schedule is, I'll either be racing  that weekend or at Chili Fest watching my pro buddies run.  If there's an extra pit pass I can give it to you.

Last year I had an event that fell on the same weekend as the Chili which was a bad move by the promoter.

For an outdoor range there's a great club in Lapeer to shoot steel.




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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote .636 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 October 2011 at 11:41pm
Um, should change the word own to carry. Easy to get into handguns in Canada. Just a few questions and you can get your RPAL. Carrying on the other hand is a harder thing to accomplish... legaly
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Originally posted by impulse418 impulse418 wrote:

Originally posted by DaveEllis DaveEllis wrote:


G26 in a Comptac Minotaur MTAC, errday.


I love my minotaur. I bought mine before they switched over to blade hide though. But I could care less, people aren't suppose to see it right? Tongue



Kershaw blur? I love my Leek


Yessum. I love everything about it, other than the blade angle.
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I have to say, the near straight edge on the Leek is nice. Makes me hate Tanto's and strange curved designs. Sharpening is a breeze with that angle too.
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I love my composite blade Leek.
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Originally posted by Lightningbolt Lightningbolt wrote:

Originally posted by Zata Zata wrote:

Originally posted by Lightningbolt Lightningbolt wrote:

Cool.  See you at the Chili Fest


lol I haven't been to it yet.  Where you from?

Flint.  Depending on how this seasons schedule is, I'll either be racing  that weekend or at Chili Fest watching my pro buddies run.  If there's an extra pit pass I can give it to you.

Last year I had an event that fell on the same weekend as the Chili which was a bad move by the promoter.

For an outdoor range there's a great club in Lapeer to shoot steel.




Ahh I see.  I've been going to a place in Chesterfield.  They have an indoor range and its about a 20 min drive for me.
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Originally posted by SSOK SSOK wrote:

I have to say, the near straight edge on the Leek is nice. Makes me hate Tanto's and strange curved designs. Sharpening is a breeze with that angle too.


What kind of sharpener are you using?
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